Specialists and Care Centers
Cutaneous Lymphoma Specialists and Care Centers
Your skin is your body’s largest organ and keeping it healthy is important, not just for how you look and feel about yourself but also for your overall health and well-being. Our dermatologists* understand that good health includes your body’s surface and know that skin health and appearance are important not only to your self-image, but to your general health as well.
We offer general, surgical, adolescent and cosmetic dermatology services, including treatment for cutaneous lymphoma, to keep your skin healthy and looking its best.
Cutaneous Lymphoma Clinic
The Northwestern Medicine Cutaneous Lymphoma Clinic, located in Arkes Pavilion at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, offers a multispecialty approach to patients with cutaneous T or B-cell lymphomas.
The group has expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous lymphomas, offering the latest diagnostic techniques, including sophisticated clone-specific gene scan analysis and comprehensive panels of flow cytometry and immunophenotyping.
Leading-edge therapy is tailored to each patient and includes phototherapy, interferon, extracorporeal photopheresis, topical and systemic chemotherapy, retinoids and other biologics.
Hours of operation: Tuesday and Thursday (for follow-up patients): 1 pm–5 pm
For more information, please call 312.695.8106.
The Department of Dermatology at Northwestern University
The Department of Dermatology at Northwestern University prides itself on its service to patients, working with patients to find the best, individualized treatment for their skin conditions. We offer multidisciplinary clinics where specialists from other disciplines see patients alongside our dermatologists. We also offer the services of highly skilled surgeons, radiation and medical oncologists who are specialists in the treatment of melanoma.
Research and academics
The Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Dermatology conducts intensive research focusing on basic laboratory investigation of skin inflammation, skin cancer, keratinocyte biology, wound healing, epithelial stem cell research, cutaneous aging and translational projects to develop new therapies. The Department of Dermatology also offers multiple fellowships, a dermatology residency and a combined residency in dermatology and medicine.